Auspicious Dates

When will Moshiach arrive?

The Gates of Moshiach have been opening wider every day since we started counting the Omer this year.  In Israel this week, corresponding with Lag B’Omer 5778 HC, the Torah portion Behar will be read; it is the first of the linked portions Behar-Bechukotai, which have 57 and 78 verses respectively, concluding the Third Book of Moses.  As Yaakov recently pointed out to me, the year 5778 when split into 57 and 78 is representative of the 57th prime number, 269, and the 78th prime number, 397, which together are (269 + 397) or 666, as in the 66.6 jubilee years from the Exodus from Egypt and the giving of the Torah at Sinai in 2448 HC.  Oddly, the digits in 2+6+9+3+9+7 = 36 and the sum of the integers from 1-36 also equal 666.

We have shown many times how Rav Ashlag determined 5778 to be the year of Moshiach using the Kabbalistic principles of 333 and 666 (1/3 and 2/3) when applied to the prophesied 6000 years, and we more recently showed how the Arizal hinted at using the same principles to arrive at the 33 rd day of this Omer to pinpoint the date.  The Arizal guided us to take 2/3 (.666) of the 150 days from Zot Channukah to Shavuot, in other words from the revelation of the full light of Channukah to the revelation of the full light of the Tree-of-life and the Torah on Shavuot. This gave us, as he indicated, Pesach. He then indicated that we were to take the remaining 1/3 (.333) of the 50 days of the Omer and similarly split it again, which gives us Lag B’Omer, the 33rd day of the Omer, the 18th day of Iyar.

Following Rav Ashlag and the Arizal, we find that this Lag B’Omer 5778 corresponds in multiple ways with the recent findings of Rabbi Glazerson’s Torah code searches, correlating it with Moshiach.

 

The number 5778 represents the sum of the integers from 1 to 107, and if we continue dividing the remaining 17 days from Lag B’Omer on the 33rd day of the Omer to the totality of the revelation of the light on the 50th day, Shavuot, using the 1/3 and 2/3 splits we get in this year in particular, the 14th of May, the day Israel actually completes the prophesied 70-year period until Moshiach in the Gregorian Calendar. This is also the date Donald J Trump has blessed Israel with the official transfer of the US embassy to Jerusalem.  Six days later we receive Shavuot, the day (time) of illumination, when our vessels are fully capable of receiving the light of Mashiach.

To our modern scientists, numbers are the underpinnings of the universe, enabling us to quantify the energy patterns that lie underneath. To the ancient kabbalists the numbers represent the Hebrew letters which are the underpinnings of the universe, enabling us to quantify the energy patterns that lie underneath. The holidays are just cosmic windows within those underpinnings, and the holiday of Shavuot (שבעות), as it is spelled in the Torah, has the numerical value 778. Its root letters (שבע) indicate, not only its origins of counting 7 weeks of 7 days each, but also of its purpose as the gateway to the 7th millennium, the great Shabbat (שבת), which is likewise included within Shavuot (שבעות).  The final 2 letters (תו) of Shavuot (שבעות), indicating an end, as they spell out the letter Tav (תו), the final letter (ת) of the Hebrew alphabet and of the 7th line of the all-important 42-Letter Name of G-d.

The 6th line of the 42-Letter Name of G-d matrix, which we use to count the 7 weeks of the Omer, corresponds to the sefirot (dimension) of Yesod and to the 6th Millennium. On this line we find the 6 Hebrew letters: יגלפזק and counting the initials vertically from the last of the 7 lines upwards, we get the letters (שיחב).  Not only do the letters Lamed and Gimel (גל) spell out “Lag” of numerical value 33 and the letters Yud and Chet (יח) spell out 18, as in the 18th of Iyar, but the 3 letters (שיח) have the same numerical value of 318, the same as that of “B’Omer.

יגלפזק

Moreover, not only are the initials (ש–ב–יח) of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, whose hillulah we, and all of Israel, celebrate on Lag B’Omer, found within those same vertical initials of the 42-Letter Name, but the gematria value of his name “Shimon Bar Yochai ( שמעון–בר–יוחאי)‘ר”) is 903, the same as that of the sum of the integers from 1 to 42.  And as if that were not enough, the final 2 letters (זק) of the 6th line (יגלפזק), corresponding to the 6th millennium, have the numerical value 107, as in the sum of all the integers from 1 – 107, which total 5778.

The next set of letters in the 42-Letter Name of Gd, starting with the koof (ק), the last letter of the 6th line and continuing with the letters of the 7th line, corresponding to the 7th millennium and the 1000-year Shabbat of Moshiach Ben David, form two consecutive groupings–(קשקו) and (שקוצי)—which each have the numerical value of 506, the complete value for “Moshiach Ben David.

As we celebrate Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai this Lag B’omer we must have Moshiach and the 42-Letter Name of G-d in our consciousness.  Then the following day, this Friday night, Shabbat, when we recite the Kiddush we must have ISRAEL in out consciousness.

When we recite the Kiddush of Friday night we begin with 6 words from the first 6 days of Creation and the rest of the 41 words are from the description of the 7th day in the second chapter of the Torah. Of those first 6 words, 4 are recited silently and they translate as “it was night, it was day,” followed by “on the 6th day there was Heaven (יום–הששי–ויכלו–השמים),” which has G-d’s Name (יהוה) encoded into its initials. This is the first time this Name of G-d appears in the Torah.

 

יוםהששיויכלוהשמים

 

Then beginning with the 7-letter phrase “it was morning (day)” of numerical value 333, we have 6 groups of 7 letters, or 42 letters in total, which spell out the name ISRAEL (ישראל) through the 7th letter of each line.

ויהי–בקר

יום–הששי

ויכלו–הש

מים–והאר

צ–וכל–צבא

מ–ויכלאל

So the name ISRAEL starts on the 14th letter, or 1/3 (.333) into the 42 letters. Likewise, within the 41 words from the Torah recited as part of Kiddush, the word Elohim, where we find the letter Lamed (ל) of Israel (ישראל), divides the passage into 1/3 (.333) and 2/3 (.666).

Moreover, because the gematria of the verse of the 4 words recited out loud in “on the 6th day there was Heaven(יום–הששי–ויכלו–השמים), is 1948, without the 2 corresponding letters from the name Israel (יש), we see that right after the dawn, G-d (יהוה) gave us Israel and destined it to become a nation, 70 years ago on May 14th 1948.

With Lag B’Omer and these last 17 days, let us do all that we can to honor G-d’s intentions for us and, as the nation of Israel, let us inject as much love and unity into the land of Israel and the world, in order manifest the light of the Tree-of-Life and Moshiach consciousness for all. As per Hashem’s and the Arizal plan, let us call upon Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai and the 42-Letter Name of G-d for help and support. And since King David’s hillulah is on Shavuot and since the midpoint of his 70 years is also the midpoint (2889 HC) from Adam to Moshiach in 5778, let us heeds G-d’s helpful clues and call upon King David’s support on Shavuot as well.

The Gates are wide open; we still have to step inside.

Ezra

Tonight, Rabbi Shimon Revealed Another Secret

It’s fitting that this is Lag B’omer, the celebrated death anniversary of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, for not only did he pass away on the 33rd day of the Omer period, but in his final speech (See Zohar Idra Zuta), he spoke about the 115th psalm.

There are moments when science, religion and spirituality come together. There aren’t as many as there should be because everyone has his own entrenched beliefs. Nevertheless, this is one of those precious moments of harmony, when we can all be in awe, when we can all see and understand that the primordial underlying structure of the physical universe, that the Bible, which is the essence of religion, and that the structure of the spiritual world are all the same, and that this is in no way random.

There is an innate structure to our universe no matter how chaotic it may feel to use, and stepping back we can understand that; after all, if there are a set of natural laws and a set of mathematical (physical) constants then no matter what scale things should look alike and follow the same patterns. But what about an ancient scroll 248 columns long? Should the letters, words, chapters, and verses on that 3330 year old document adhere to the same pattern? If it was written by G-d it might, or by the universe itself it might? But if it were written by man, could it?

Maybe today it could, using computers and software, but 3330 years ago? And if it did, why was the number and date 5778 (2018 ce) singled out? Some of those answers can be found in the Torah portions read during the Omer in the portions surrounding Lag B’Omer.

The Torah or 5 Books of Moses is comprised of several finite and very defined structural elements: the number of words in it, letters, verses, chapters, paragraphs.  These haven’t changed in 3330 years, which in Biblical counting as we learn in this week’s portion, Bechukotai, is 66.6 jubilee years (50-year intervals).

The wonderful things about having quantitative numbers verses qualitative words is that we don’t have to interpret them. The total 187 chapters in the Torah divided into the Phi (.61803399) proportion is exactly (187  x .61803399) = 115.566, and 5778, the year prophesied by the tzaddikim for the arrival of the geula (final redemption) in jubilee years (5778/50) is precisely 115.56.

Moreover that 115th chapter is the chapter 25 of the Book of Leviticus, the first chapter in Torah portion Behar, and as it happens not only does Behar have 57 verses in it, but the very next portion (often read together by the way) is Bechukotai with 78 verses. Thus at the 115th chapter in the Torah we have 2 consecutive portions of 57 and 78 verses respectively, a nice allusion to 5778.

As we explain in much greater depth in There’s Nothing Random About the Universe, the primordial mathematical constant that controls the natural shaping of spirals, from the stars in our galaxy, to the petals on our flowers, to the shape of our seashells and our Trees, and to the growth of our populations is called Phi.

Phi is a specially balanced proportion that extends between the two parts of a segmented whole and then to the whole itself (ie the short length is to the longer one as the longer one is to the entire length).

Nature naturally follows this proportion at all turns, and when art or architecture does too it gives us a beautiful sense of harmony, balance, and well-being. But Phi is not only integral to the existence of the universe but to the design of the Torah as well, as we’ll show below. Moreover, as is covered extensively in There’s Nothing Random About the Universe it is uniquely connected to the number and thus the year 5778 as well.

There are 5 Books in the Torah, all of varying length, number of chapters, words, letters, verses, etc. and it was written down by hand thousands of years ago, before anyone had ever heard of primordial mathematical constants, or calculators. So it is amazing that the Torah is actually divided into specific segments using the Phi proportion with the first chapter of the Book of Numbers (Bamidbar) being the dividing point in terms of letters, of words, of verses, and of all 3 together, that splits the Torah into two harmonic portions.

Thus:

(Genesis + Exodus + Leviticus)/ (Numbers + Deuteronomy) =

1.61803399 letters, or words, or verses

And

(Numbers + Deuteronomy)/(Genesis + Exodus + Leviticus) = .61803399 letters, or words, or verses

So Lag B’Omer is the 33rd day of the Omer, and the 33rd portion of the Torah is Emor, the very portion where the number of words, letters and verses of the Torah is split into a proportion of .5778.

In summary, the have the portion of Emor connected to Lag B’Omer, and to the .5778 proportion in terms of the number of words, letters and verses in the Torah. Then we have the next two portions in the Torah, Behar and Bechukotai, with 57 and 78 verses respectively as the final two potions in Leviticus, and with their connection to splitting the Torah’s 187 chapters into the exact Phi proportion (115.56) that equations to the number of jubilee years from Adam to Moshiach in 5778. And then in the very next portion, in fact the very next chapter, the first chapter in Numbers, we have the Torah split into the Phi proportion in terms of letters, verses and words.

Now as explained in There’s Nothing Random About the Universe the connection between Phi and also Pi to 5778 is a profound one and Phi18 = 5778.000 precisely so maybe it’s more than coincidental that the gematria of Lag B’Omer is 358, that of Mashiach.

Maybe there is a reason for all this. And maybe we should wake up and stop perusing dates from dead cultures and calendars and start looking at the Bible (Torah) for the answers and timing that was given to us exactly 66.6 jubilee years before 5778 at Mt Sinai and that was spelled out for us in terms that could only be readily understood by our generation, the first to use computers and analytical software.

Thank you once again, Rabbi Shimon.  We’ll resume our discussions and revelations about the Future Holy Temple shortly.

Here’s a couple more equations for those so inclined, or so skeptical.

Also, as illustrated in The Genesis Prayer, while the collective number of words, letters, and verses in the entire Torah = 390,625 = exactly 58, they too as a whole connect with Phi in that:

(Words, Letters, and Verses in the Entire Torah)/(106 x (square root 1 + the square root of 2))

= 1.618022

Moreover, as is also illustrated in The Genesis Prayer:

The Words, Letters, Verses, Columns and Rows in the Torah = 248000 x 1.61803399

With 248 being the numerical value of Abraham and also of Mercy (Rachem) and also the number of columns in the Torah.

We’ve proven repeatedly in The Genesis Prayer, in There’s Nothing Random in the Universe and in our articles the purposeful interweaving of Pi (3.1415926358…) in the construction of the Torah. Now we see that the primordial mathematical constant Phi (1.61803399) was likewise programmed in.

Who put the Tree into the Tree-of-Life: A Startling Revelation.

There are moments when science, religion and spirituality come together. There aren’t as many as there should be because everyone has his own entrenched beliefs. Nevertheless, this is one of those precious moments of harmony, when we can all be in awe, when we can all see and understand that the primordial underlying structure of the physical universe, that the Bible, which is the essence of religion, and that the structure of the spiritual world are all the same, and that this is in no way random.

As we explain in much greater depth in There’s Nothing Random About the Universe, the primordial mathematical constant that controls the natural shaping of spirals, from the stars in our galaxy, to the petals on our flowers, to the shape of our seashells and our Trees, and to the growth of our populations is called Phi. Phi is a specially balanced proportion that extends between the two parts of a segmented whole and then to the whole itself (ie the short length is to the longer one as the longer one is to the entire length). Nature naturally follows this proportion at all turns, and when art or architecture does too it gives us a beautiful sense of harmony, balance, and well-being. But Phi is not only integral to the existence of the universe but to the design of the Torah as well, as we’ll show below. Moreover, as is covered extensively in There’s Nothing Random About the Universe it is uniquely connected to the number and thus the year 5778 as well.

There are 5 Books in the Torah, all of varying length, number of chapters, words, letters, verses, etc. and it was written down by hand thousands of years ago, before anyone had ever heard of primordial mathematical constants, or calculators. So it is amazing that the Torah is actually divided into specific segments using the Phi proportion with the first chapter of Numbers (Bamidbar) being the dividing point in terms of letters, of words, and also of verses that splits the Torah into two harmonic portions.

Thus:

(Genesis + Exodus + Leviticus)/ (Numbers + Deuteronomy) =

1.61803399 letters, or words, or verses

And

(Numbers + Deuteronomy)/(Genesis + Exodus + Leviticus) = .61803399 letters, or words, or verses

Also, as illustrated in The Genesis Prayer, while the collective number of words, letters, and verses in the entire Torah = 390,625 = exactly 58, they too as a whole connect with Phi in that:

(Words, Letters, and Verses in the Entire Torah)/(106 x (square root 1 + the square root of 2))

= 1.618022

Moreover, as is also illustrated in The Genesis Prayer:

The Words, Letters, Verses, Columns and Rows in the Torah = 248000 x 1.61803399

With 248 being the numerical value of Abraham and also of Mercy (Rachem)

We’ve proven repeatedly in The Genesis Prayer, in There’s Nothing Random in the Universe and in our articles the purposeful interweaving of Pi (3.1415926358…) in the construction of the Torah. Now we see that the primordial mathematical constant Phi (1.61803399) was likewise programmed in.

This is beautiful and awe inspiring for bring science and religion together, but what the Torah is really illustrating for us is the secret proportions of the Tree-of-Life or spiritual structure of the universe. It’s common knowledge amongst the sages and tzaddikim that Genesis represents Keter; Exodus, Chochma; Leviticus, Binah; Numbers, Zeir Anpin; and Deuteronomy represents Malchut, our world.

So transferring the Torah proportions to the 5 main sefirot (dimensions) gives us Keter, Chochma and Binah collectively being Phi (1.618033) times larger than the seven lower sefirot (dimensions) comprised of the 6 bundled into Zeir Anpin and Malchut. In other words the topmost 3 sefirot (dimensions) represent 61.80 % of the Tree-of-Life (the greater universe) and the bottom 7 sefirot represents 38.2%.

Traditionally, the tree-of-life is depicted like this:

K

B – Ch

G – Ch

T

H – N

Y

M

But if you picture the proportions we’ve gleaned from the Torah, then you will see a thick tall trunk topped with a heavy wide and pointed triangular mushroom top:

K




B——————————Ch

G – Ch

T

H – N

Y

M

Now You Know Why it’s called a Tree!

There are 5 Books of Moses which we now know to be divided precise into the Phi proportion in terms of Books (3 and 2), and letter, and words, and verses, but what is significant about this is that Phi (1.618033887.,.) is based on the number 5, actually the square root of the number 5. It is exactly (1 + √5)/2 if you must know. We’ve discussed the sefirot that each of the books connect with, so we know that the 5th Book, the one that repeats the Torah’s story again from Moses’ point of view, is connected to Malchut, and we’ve seen in previous articles how numerous very specific prophecies about the last exile and the end-of-days is clearly spelled out in this 5th and final Book.

We know the Torah is exceedingly redundant (probably because we’re exceedingly thick-headed) and fractal in nature in its structure patterns and coding, so it’s not surprising to find that the 5th Book (Deuteronomy/Devarim) has 34 chapters, with 34 being the 10th Fibonacci number starting from zero. Fibonnaci numbers (0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55…) are a very famous sequence formed by adding together the two prior numbers, the ratio between which approximates Phi (1.6180…). As there are 10 sefirot (dimensions) the number 10 also represents Malchut, representing an ending of sorts.

Using this as a clue, it’s further insightful that the 5th Torah portion of the 5th Book (Deuteronomy/Devarim), parsha Shoftim, begins at Devarim 16:18.

Given this, and exploiting one of the basic and most unique properties of Phi, we find that the square root of 1.618033.. is 6.18033.., or (Phi –1) and Phi2 is 2.618033.., or (Phi + 1), so examining the 3 corresponding verses in Devarim, we find a concealed Torah

message about the end-of-days, which is really the dawning of the age of the Tree-of-Life. Devarim 6:18 corresponds the square root of Phi; Devarim 16:18

corresponds to Phi; and Devarim 26:18 corresponds to Phi2.

Devarim 6:18 “Do what is upright and good in God’s eyes, so that He will be good to you. You will then come and occupy the good land that God promised your fathers.”

Devarim 16:18 Appoint yourselves judges and police for your tribes in all your settlements that God your Lord is giving you, and make sure that they administer honest judgment for the people.”

Devarim 26:18 “God has similarly declared allegiance to you today, making you His special nation as He promised you. If you keep all His commandments, He will make you the highest of all nations He brought into existence…”

In short, “Do what is right, police yourselves, and God with elevate you to the Tree-of-Life state of reality.” The Arizal and other tzaddikim and sages have explained that we are our own police and judges and that we need to guard the gates of our souls, our senses and our consciousness. Moreover, the Zohar explains that as we judge others so we will be judged, so we must zealously guard our thoughts. And the word “people” in Devarim 16:18 refers not our own people, but to all other people in the 70 nations, for we are responsible for their well-being. Our thoughts and actions affect them.

We’re being told to take responsibility for our actions and thoughts and once we truly do, we’ll realize that we’re the only ones standing in our own way from receiving the final redemption.

At the first word of Devarim 16:18, where the portion of Shoftim begins, we find the 358th Shin-Mem (ShM) letter combination in the Book of Devarim. The combination spells the word Shem, as in the “Name” of G-d.  There is an abnormal preponderance of words with this combination in the previous portion, Reah, meaning “to see,” but the 358th one at the word Shoftim (Judges) alludes to Moshiach, also of numerical value 358, and also containing the same letter combination, yet in reverse (MShYCh). The spiritual explanation is that by honest judging, the Torah is speaking about judging with Mashiach consciousness, that of thinking with and through the heart.  Also, that from these actions will come Moshiach.

The Shin-Mem (ShM) letter combination has a numerical value of 340, significantly, 10 times the value 34, the 10th Fibonacci number and final chapter in the Torah, and also 18 (Chai, life,) less than 358, Moshiach.

We’re in final part of the month of Elul, the month of preparation for Rosh Hashanah, when we should be doing Tshuvah. Literally translated as repentance, it is deep self- examination and a going back in time to undo all the negativity that we’ve created.  The Torah shows us the way.  The numbers above are all intellectual, but the path traced is spiritual.  To travel back in time we must enter through our hearts and follow our actions and their results backwards along the universal harmonic path delineated by the Phi spiral until we get to their sources, whether in our childhood or in previous lifetimes, begging forgiveness and increasing our appreciate of Hashem and our understanding of our place in His universe as we go.

Thus it’s no coincidence that the Baal Shem Tov came out to the world in Elul, in the 6th Month on the 18th day of Elul (6/18), which split the month into the Phi proportion. It was likewise no coincidence that Rabbi Shimon’s hillulah is on the 18th of Iyar (the 33rd day of the Omer), which also split Iyar into those same proportions, both dates reminiscent of .618033.. and both Tzaddiks of blessed memory adding so much understanding to our world.

Phi18 = 5778, the year 2018 CE, a scant 8 years from this Rosh Hashanah. Let’s take advantage of this opportunity to take responsibility for our thoughts and actions and thus become part of the harmony of our universe, instead of being chaotic blights upon it.  Let’s not fight this spiraling ride we’re on, but ride with it, as time spirals ever tighter to 5778, and let’s ride it as our consciousness expands and spirals upward and outward into the broad branches of the upper Tree-of-Life, the reality beyond the illusions.

Now, if it occurred to you to ask why the 187 chapters of the Torah weren’t also divided into the Phi proportion, when that would seem like an easier calculation that keeping track of hundreds of thousands of letters, know this: 187/phi = 115.57236.. and 115.57236 jubilee years (Biblical 50 year interval) = 5778.618.  Go Figure!

So where was the split at Numbers 1:1, in terms of chapters? There are 70 chapters in the last two Books, so 117/187 = .625 and 625 is the square root of 390,625, the collective number of words, letters, and verses in the Torah. It’s also exactly 5/8 as in the exactly 58 total words, letters, and verses in the Torah.

Rosh Hashanah is nearly upon us. It is truly a time of awe.

Shabbat Shalom and Shanah Tova
With love,

Ezra

Right Place, Right Time

Just a quick note to let you all know that you are in the right place at the right time. If you have been counting the Omer, you’ve been using one of David’s Psalms in the shape of a menora and counting one word each day and one letter of its central column each day. Today is the 33rd day. In another blog we’ll reveal why certain of the days have extra special energy, notably the 8th, 25th, 33rd and 49th days, but today, is L’ag B’Omer, the gematria of which is 358, that of Mashiach, when the kolel of the 7 letters is included. It is the hillula of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, who has a spark of Moses, who was an aspect of H’Moshiach.

The 33rd day of the Omer is kabbalistically hod of hod, or the 5th level (sefira) of the 5th level, and thus is related to the very center of the
counting, the 25th day or 5 x 5, 8 days earlier. And by the way it’s no coincidence that the first 8 words of the Torah have 33 words and a total value of 3003.

Here is what we can reveal today, the sum of the words/letters counted through the midpoint in the (through the 1st Mem in Yamim) counting is 5778 including the kolel for the 25 days and the sum of the square roots of those 25 words is 345, that of Moses. Remember 5778 is 9. or 3 x 3. years from now, 3330 years after the Torah was first received in 2448 HC. And as unconceivable as it is, up to that 25th word, the sum of the square roots of the 24 words is 333.078 or 3330 years and 78, as in the initials of Etz Chaim, the tree-of-life.

But what puts us in the right place at the right time is that the sum of the square roots of the 33 letters we counted through this evening is 220.095 or 5/12/2009, May 12th 2009, tonight. And the sum of the square roots of the sofit values of the same 33 letters is 256.44, the numerical value of Aaron, Moses’ brother and another aspect of Mashiach.

Today, the energy of Mashiach that was earned during 8 days of Pesach this year is being revealed to us and for us through Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai and was marked on a counting system invented thousands of years ago.

For once, we are in the right place at the right time. Let’s take full advantage of it and change the world. See you all soon on facebook.

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